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* Too much time in Canada,,,
WOW - the Dirty Sanchez. He likes to come up with like this word for something each game & sort of forces it out.

—Romo is flat out AWFUL! So boring & not insightful at all. Thinks he knows more than he does & is wrong all the time.

Herbstreet has changed. I don’t know what to think. Al Michaels is still classic,so I think he does a better job in The NFL now than college? Hard call,but I think he has to study so much the different leagues & players it took away NCAA games? That National Championship though was going to be hard for any announcer.

I’ve always liked Chris Collinsworth because he will give you good insight & information.I agree with a lot of what he is saying & can almist
Resight a game word for word before he calls it.

Olson has his own style & is good.He comes from a players view ,not a stuck up know it all QB.
Dan Foutes has always been about me.Makes Chargers games even harder to watch.

—Funny thing is Brian Greesie is Purdy’s QB coach. I’m going to have to watch his dad’s highlights & foot work. How crazy would it be if Ourdy doesn’t loss & wins the Superbowl. Bob Greesie & Miami Dolphins are the only NFL team to ever do it. I know the Niners have lost & don’t want them to
win anymore.
 

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I might be in the minority but I don’t like Olsen. I think it’s his voice that annoys me though rather than anything he says specifically.
 

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I might be in the minority but I don’t like Olsen. I think it’s his voice that annoys me though rather than anything he says specifically.
I don't like him either. He slips into this stupid slowed down, awe stricken timbre that usually is reserved for teaching 5 year olds how to share. I find him obnoxious.
 

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IMO Olsen is the best of this group. Sharp, informative and current.
Mike Tirico has been a fun announcer in a few sports.Not the best Monday night guy. Brian Griese the NINER’s OC did well.He was with a horrible group, & not as good as his dad over the years.
 

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Yes! I'm biased. He's my brother's best friend. My brother has been his strength coach since high-school. I love Mark Sanchez! (lol)
He’s your brothers best friend but got a his GQ picture as a wallpaper bro? Lol :laugh4:jk jk

On a serious note what’s your bro charge to take on another client?!

Ps i need the Karate brother discount! Lol
 

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He’s your brothers best friend but got a his GQ picture as a wallpaper bro? Lol :laugh4:jk jk

On a serious note what’s your bro charge to take on another client?!

Ps i need the Karate brother discount! Lol
Hey Corbin,
I believe he charges different rates, depending on what program you want to "endure" (lol).

He trains out of Costa Mesa. Maybe take a look at his website here, let me know what you're interested in, and I'll negotiate a good rate for you. How about that?
 

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Next your going to see #7 come out.

Talk about A Announcer That Sucks. Romo will always be that bad,but Boomer E. Stinks,or is it Philly(Giant)Simms the Daddy of The BIGGEST A-Hole(Rams hater)9er fan son .

I like Chris (50) & to think back when Montanna beat Cinncy (twice?). However it is The Rams are still SUPERBOWL CHAMPS & Niner fans still have to agree. LMAO!! - the best.
FLY WAGLES FLY who ever is announcing the game radio or & TV.
 

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Hey Corbin,
I believe he charges different rates, depending on what program you want to "endure" (lol).

He trains out of Costa Mesa. Maybe take a look at his website here, let me know what you're interested in, and I'll negotiate a good rate for you. How about that?
Shit man, looks like those dudes are alot younger just out of HS or college. Lol Im a shot up/ blown up Marine. I finally have my body where it needs to be but not at an advanced level to go over the top currently. Maybe jumping jacks with stretching? :laugh1:

Seriously though I’m about to start a cycle of TRT and need a process and nutrition (no more drinking) to pair with it.

It looks like the online training is what I’m going to need to go with. Guess I’ll need to talk with your brother on what he suggests?
 
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FOX's Plan For Greg Olsen Revealed On Monday​

Tom Brady, who announced his retirement from the NFL after 23 seasons on Feb. 1, said on Monday that he will start with FOX Sports as a broadcaster for the 2024 NFL season.

Brady's new endeavor has a direct effect on Greg Olsen's job security. Last May, FOX announced that Brady will join as its lead analyst following his playing career and that Brady will call the network's biggest games alongside Kevin Burkhardt, who is currently Olsen's play-by-play partner.

When Brady signs on in 2024, Olsen will be demoted to second fiddle.

“In regard to Tom, if he comes in and he takes it, I get it," Olsen told The Athletic. "I don’t ask anyone to feel bad for me. And I’m not going to feel bad for myself. Will I be disappointed? Would I rather sit next to Kevin for the next 20 years? Of course. I’m not going to sit here and sound stupid and be like, ‘You know, just doing this for one year was plenty.’ Like, no, screw that. I’d like to do this for 20 years. I’d like to call 10 Super Bowls."

Olsen and Burkhardt are set to call Super Bowl LVII on Feb. 12.

Olsen retired from the NFL after 14 seasons last January. He announced his retirement on the FOX broadcast before the 2021 NFC Championship and officially joined the broadcast team as the No. 2 game analyst — behind Burkhardt — for the 2021 season.

Brady will likely replace Olsen on the No. 1 broadcast team, causing Olsen to work on the No. 2 team for a few years until a more prominent position opens up.

“I knew this year was going to be a weird year because I was going to answer this question every single time," Olsen said. "I’ve said this to Kevin. My only option right now to make a career out of this is to be good. That’s it. I didn’t play quarterback. I didn’t play for the Dallas Cowboys. I don’t have a gold jacket on. I didn’t play in New York City. The only way I can do this is if I’m good. Whether that’s good enough in the long run, I don’t know. All I can control is going out there and having fun and giving a fun broadcast."
 

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FOX's Plan For Greg Olsen Revealed On Monday​

Tom Brady, who announced his retirement from the NFL after 23 seasons on Feb. 1, said on Monday that he will start with FOX Sports as a broadcaster for the 2024 NFL season.

Brady's new endeavor has a direct effect on Greg Olsen's job security. Last May, FOX announced that Brady will join as its lead analyst following his playing career and that Brady will call the network's biggest games alongside Kevin Burkhardt, who is currently Olsen's play-by-play partner.

When Brady signs on in 2024, Olsen will be demoted to second fiddle.

“In regard to Tom, if he comes in and he takes it, I get it," Olsen told The Athletic. "I don’t ask anyone to feel bad for me. And I’m not going to feel bad for myself. Will I be disappointed? Would I rather sit next to Kevin for the next 20 years? Of course. I’m not going to sit here and sound stupid and be like, ‘You know, just doing this for one year was plenty.’ Like, no, screw that. I’d like to do this for 20 years. I’d like to call 10 Super Bowls."

Olsen and Burkhardt are set to call Super Bowl LVII on Feb. 12.

Olsen retired from the NFL after 14 seasons last January. He announced his retirement on the FOX broadcast before the 2021 NFC Championship and officially joined the broadcast team as the No. 2 game analyst — behind Burkhardt — for the 2021 season.

Brady will likely replace Olsen on the No. 1 broadcast team, causing Olsen to work on the No. 2 team for a few years until a more prominent position opens up.

“I knew this year was going to be a weird year because I was going to answer this question every single time," Olsen said. "I’ve said this to Kevin. My only option right now to make a career out of this is to be good. That’s it. I didn’t play quarterback. I didn’t play for the Dallas Cowboys. I don’t have a gold jacket on. I didn’t play in New York City. The only way I can do this is if I’m good. Whether that’s good enough in the long run, I don’t know. All I can control is going out there and having fun and giving a fun broadcast."
Some people really like Olsen. I don’t. I had a guy tell me to pay attention to how often Greg Olsen uses the word ‘space’. The guy said, “ It’s as if it’s his favorite word so he says it over and over again”

I’ll be listening for it during the Super Bowl.
 

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Looks like I'm muting the games.
I am going to have to do two streams when we have the #1 NBC team - one with the picture and one with the Rams broadcast over the radio..

Hopefully they will be in sync (which I highly doubt)

Going to be funny seeing a picture where a guy is in the end zone and 3 seconds later hear TD Rams (or vice versa)